Incredible Tweets from John McCain on Libya and Syria from 2009 and 2011

Earlier today I called John McCain a weapon of mass destruction on Twitter. Little did I know that just moments later he would be caught playing a game of poker on his iPhone during the Senate’s hearing on launching missiles at Syria.

Nevertheless, none of this should surprise us, as John McCain has shown signs of severe dementia for quite some time now. Let’s take a quick trip down memory lane and examine some of his tweets from years past.

First from 2009:

Now let’s fast forward to 2011:

Quite interesting that he made that comment two years before the chemical attack that we supposedly must respond to militarily.

Now finally, here is the man in 2013, during the Senate hearing on the starting of World War III.

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*Photo above from the Washington Post.

Somebody please tell me why this man has a say in anything we do as a nation.

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13 thoughts on “Incredible Tweets from John McCain on Libya and Syria from 2009 and 2011”

  1. Special report: We all thought Libya had moved on – it has, but into lawlessness and ruin

    Libya has plunged unnoticed into its worst political and economic crisis since the defeat of Gaddafi

    A little under two years ago, Philip Hammond, the Defence Secretary, urged British businessmen to begin “packing their suitcases” and to fly to Libya to share in the reconstruction of the country and exploit an anticipated boom in natural resources.

    Yet now Libya has almost entirely stopped producing oil as the government loses control of much of the country to militia fighters.

    Mutinying security men have taken over oil ports on the Mediterranean and are seeking to sell crude oil on the black market. Ali Zeidan, Libya’s Prime Minister, has threatened to “bomb from the air and the sea” any oil tanker trying to pick up the illicit oil from the oil terminal guards, who are mostly former rebels who overthrew Muammar Gaddafi and have been on strike over low pay and alleged government corruption since July.

    As world attention focused on the coup in Egypt and the poison gas attack in Syria over the past two months, Libya has plunged unnoticed into its worst political and economic crisis since the defeat of Gaddafi two years ago. Government authority is disintegrating in all parts of the country putting in doubt claims by American, British and French politicians that Nato’s military action in Libya in 2011 was an outstanding example of a successful foreign military intervention which should be repeated in Syria.–it-has-but-into-lawlessness-and-ruin-8797041.html

  2. To answer your question: United States Senator John McCain makes decisions about American policy because he has been elected, re-elected, re-elected, re-elected and re-elected by the voters of the State of Arizona as one of their two chosen representatives in the United States Senate. They can derive him of this capacity at the next election if they so choose.

  3. Dear Sir:

    The money interests certainly provided the money; the voters supplied the willing credulity to believe the information that the money provided.

    The people put him in and the people are being be punished.


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